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Dimmed lcd my toshiba amilo 3438g shows a very dim screen.can you give me any ideathank you for your kind assistance

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Look for an icon on your keyboard that shows brightness like a sun drawn on the keys. try pressing that together with Fn key, or if you cant see that icon, try fn key and up arrow key or right arrow key. See if that one would work.

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